Battle Realms is a PC strategy game based on the confrontations between samurais and the honourable army that will take you to the times of the feudal Japan with good graphics and battle sounds. This free trial available to download will teach you how to play the real game.
You will be an exiled leader who returns and have to create his own army and direct it to re-conquer his territories, transforming simple countrymen into battlers and carefully planning his movements.
Be free and aware of your choices
To start playing you will have to select one of the four clans available in the game: Dragon Clan, Serpent Clan, Wolf Clan and Lotus Clan. It is also necessary for you to learn a complicated economy system based on rice that will allow you to upgrade your warriors.
In Battle Realms all your actions have consequences. All your choices affect the plot and the development of your protagonist, Kenji, both physically and psychologically, and will influence the progress of the whole game in which everything is settled by your preceding movements.
You will have to plan a very efficient and wit strategy to beat your enemies, but you will not only count on weapons such as swords, in Battle Realms you will also count on martial-arts as a means to defeat your rivals. You will also find geisha and ninja fighters.
Alternatives to Battle Realms
If you like strategy PC games there are also to download Command and Conquer: Generals which also offers different armies to choose and the option of multiplayer battles, or Stronghold Crusader, a game that, as indicated by its name, is set on the time of the Crusades in Middle East.
Battle Realms Features
These are the features of this strategy game:
- Martial arts gameplay set in the Feudal Japan
- Single player mode where users control Kenji, an exiled who is being heir to the Serpent’s Throne
- Players have to choose which band he will take: the good side (Dragon clan) or the bad side (Serpent clan)
- 4 available clans: Dragon clan, Serpent clan, Wolf clan and Lotus clan. Each clan has a certain way of living according to their ideas
- Each faction has to upgrade its military resources and build structures
- All factions start with three buildings for training and earning Battle Gears
- Zen Masters are the heroes and leaders of each clan
- Yin/Yang system: the method of obtaining points. The more Yin/Yang points you have more damage you will cause
- Each unit has different animation effects
- Multiplayer mode available
- Some units are allowed to use secondary weapons
For further information, visit the developer's site .
In Battle Realms PC game you can create your own story depending on your actions, their consequences, and the choices you make before and after them. Your wisdom and plans can lead you to the final victory.
Limited time and restricted functions
- Detailed game
- Choice of clan
- Difficult game
The Best Real Strategy Game I Have Ever Played So Far
By Sam James
On Wednesday, June 10, 2015
I love Battle Realms because it is the best RTS game set in a story-driven fantasy world surrounded by ninjas, werewolves and geishas warriors. What I like about this game is that it offers me a shallow and complex story, anime inspired arts, and ever changing strategies with a different 3D engine. The reason why I downloaded this game is because I have read a lot of good things about it on the Internet, and yes I can say that this is one of greatest RTS game that I have played so far. One of the most interesting parts of this game for me is the unit training. On that part, peasants are generated from the huts and they train in military buildings to become warriors. After all the training, they can still continue their studies, and with that they can become an archer or assassin. On the other side, I also noticed that this game has a nice gameplay and great storyline. The graphics are old but it doesn’t stop Battle Realms from a being an amazing one.
- Incredible graphics and nice environment
- A game with decent voice acting
- Short campaign and lack of troop types
enters a world of Japanese character with the mythology and history of the land of the rising sun
By Pablo Conde Ferrer
On Monday, June 8, 2015
in this game, if there is to be an archer, a farmer must first build the center for it and once completed, make another farmer (or the same, that's irrelevant) train him in order to become the desired opening. This is especially important if you consider that there is a maximum number of farmers who may have (for example, in the first missions will be 20, increasing as you progress in the game), which requires taking the microeconomics first decision of how many units are intended for the collection of resources and few soldiers train for ?. The more you have one less than the other, but keep in mind that there is more, so you have to manage to pick a distribution consistent with this limitation.Villagers come automatically once you've built the right structure and while not exceeding the tax quota. A bar indicates the time it takes to reach the next farmer, the more slowly moving villagers have
- The system for training units is very interesting
- The game gives a lot of attention to detail
- The game does not contain scenario creation tool
Battle Realms is a Cool Real-Time Strategic Game with a Great Deal of Enjoyment to Play
By Pablo Conde Ferrer
On Friday, August 22, 2014
This contemporary, but outdated real time action game from Ubisoft allows martial arts to flourish amidst the constant fancy sci-fi stuff available in games today. Released back in 2001, this game instantly won notoriety as one of the more complicated and practical RTS video games that was ever released. In time, it further offered extraordinary graphics, exclusively in the progression of action moves by characters in the game. Combat units achieved an expanded range of battle moves. Players directly allow action of characters by clicking them and later invade enemy towns or camps. If you play against your computer, a designated AI will operate its units with exceptional capabilities. This contributes to the game’s engaging gameplay environment. To build your own town, players need to collect and consume rice and water. Peasants are used for this task because they are adept at establishing rice paddies. Player create units by training peasants to fighters.
- Easy to play even for beginners
- Nice video graphics and soundtrack of the mini movie
- Has some issues and bugs